Hey Arnold! - Season 4

Nickelodeon (ended 2004)




Episode Guide

  • Helga on the Couch
    Episode 16
    When a psychologist comes to P.S. 118, she notices Helga's behavior, so she calls Helga for a session. Reluctantly, she goes and tells this psychologist about her life and how she behaved this way... Eventually, Helga ends up telling the psychologist her feelings about Arnold and gains a trust with Dr. Bliss.moreless
  • 3/29/99
    The Beeper Queen: When Big Bob injures his back, Miriam takes the spot at his job temporarily for him. Miriam is as happy as ever, but Helga starts feeling bad because Miriam isn't spending any time with her. Oskar Can't Read?: When Oskar cannot read various things, Arnold tries to help him by teaching him and bringing him to the library.moreless
  • 9/25/99
    Grudge Match: After Grandpa Phil and Big Bob give each other "fenderbenders" on their cars, they try to settle who pays for the damages in a game of golf.

    Polishing Rhonda: After Rhonda and Patty get in a fight, both of their parents send them to polishing school, but it appears that Patty will graduate before Rhonda.moreless

  • 9/11/99
    Back to School:
    Grandpa Phil's dream was always to get a High School Diploma, but he never did because he had to work, so Arnold tries to make him go through grade school over again to fulfill his dream.

    Egg Story:
    Arnold and Helga get paired up to raise an egg for school, but they end up losing it when they left it on the bus.moreless

  • 3/10/99
    Full Moon: Harold, Stinky, and Sid are caught for mooning in front of Principal Wartz, so he blames Arnold for being with them, and they have to confess what they did. Student Teacher: Olga becomes Mr. Simmons new assistant and she tells things about Helga to the class, which she gets mad about.moreless
  • 4/7/99
    Love and Cheese: Arnold takes Lila to the Cheese Festival, and he tries many different things so she will "like like" him, but Helga is there to stop them in their tracks ever step of the way.

    Weighing Harold: When Harold overhears Stinky and Sid saying he's fat, he goes on a cruise to lose weight, but when he comes back, he is very obese.moreless

  • 10/9/99
    Weird Cousin: Arnold has to hang around with his boring and odd cousin, Arnie, but Arnold starts to get angry when Lila and Arnie fall in love with each other.

    Baby Oskar: Suzie's cousin leaves her baby (Oskar) with Suzie and Oskar, but when Suzie has to go into work unexpectedly, Oskar has to take care of the baby.moreless

  • 10/23/99
    Helga Sleepwalks: Helga sleepwalks after eating pork rinds, making her confess her love to Arnold in her sleep.

    Fighting Families: Arnold, Grandpa Phil, Grandma, Ernie, and Mr. Hyunh compete on a game show against a family that seems perfect in every way.

  • Grandpa's Sister: Grandpa Phil's sister unexpectedly shows up at the Boarding House, but Arnold doesn't know why she and Grandpa Phil are always fighting with each other.

    Synchronized Swimming: Coach Wittenberg talks Arnold, Eugene, Harold, and others to join a synchronized swimming team, and swim to the classic movie, "Come Back Wayne."moreless

  • 10/30/99
    Friday the 13th: Arnold and Gerald really believe that they are cursed after doing a bunch of Friday the 13th legends, but it is really Wolfgang and Edmund following them and making them think that they are.

    Headless Cabbie: Arnold tells an urban legend about a Headless Cabbie, but when Arnold and the gang go through the park (for ice cream) where the legend supposedly happened, they have weird occurrences involving the legend and their travels.moreless

  • 3/31/99
    Dinner for Four: Helga wins a ticket for a free dinner for four at Chez Pierre, and wants to prove to Arnold that she is sophisticated.

    Phoebe Skips: Phoebe gets a chance to skip to the sixth grade after not being challenged enough with the fourth grade, but she is taking orders from her new sixth grade "friends."moreless

  • Dino Checks Out
    Episode 17
    The rock legend Dino Spumoni is pronounced dead, but when he comes to hide in the boarding house, Arnold convinces him to tell the truth. He does reveal that he is still alive, and puts on a concert.
  • 3/15/99

    Big Gino: After paying his debt with Big Gino, Sid and him become friends, but Arnold believes that friendship isn't good for Sid.

    Jamie O. in Love: Gerald's brother, Jamie O., starts dating, and suddenly starts acting nice with Arnold and Gerald. But when Gerald finds out that the girl Jamie O. is dating is just using him, he must decide to go back to a life of torment or see his brother suffering for the rest of his life.

  • 4/5/99

    Helga's Parrot: Big Bob gets a new parrot, and the parrot hears Helga talking about how she loves Arnold, and he escapes and lives in Arnold's house trying to recite the poem Helga said.

    Chocolate Turtles: Arnold and Gerald try selling chocolate turtles for a profit, but Timberly eats all forty boxes of them, and they have to get money so they don't get in trouble with the Camp Fire Lass.

  • 3/17/99
    Eugene's Birthday: When Arnold feels guilty about accidentally not sending out invitations to Eugene's birthday party (because he and Harvey misplaced mail with each other), he tries to throw Eugene another surprise party.

    Stinky's Pumpkin: Stinky is "down in the dumps" because he doesn't think he's special and thinks he isn't good at anything, but when there is a large vegetable contest, Stinky tries growing a pumpkin in his backyard.moreless

  • 9/18/99
    It Girl: Everybody starts admiring Helga's way of being angry all the time, and she and her style become the lastest fashion, but she gets annoyed and tries ways to get the spotlight off of her.

    Deconstructing Arnold: Everybody is sick of Arnold giving them advice of their lives, so they stop listening to him, but they get problems without his good advice.moreless

  • Veterans Day
    Episode 15
    While Grandpa Phil, Arnold, Mr. Johanssen, and Gerald go on a trip, Grandpa Phil tells Arnold that he single-handedly won World War I, and Gerald doesn't understand why his father was only a paper-pusher in Vietnam.
  • Part 2
    Part 2